Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports
2010: 13 starts, 182.9 rushing yards per game, 30 rushing touchdowns, 261.2 passing yards per game, 24 passing touchdowns, 35.7 points per game
2011: 13 starts, 214.5 rushing yards per game, 34 rushing touchdowns, 215.2 passing yards per game, 16 passing touchdowns, 34.8 points per game
2012: 14 starts, 227.5 rushing yards per game, 37 rushing touchdowns, 218 passing yards per game, 31 passing touchdowns, 38.7 points per game
It's never easy to replace an All-American, but that is exactly what Chance Warmack had to do. As a sophomore, Warmack replaced Mike Johnson as left guard for Alabama.
He went on to start the next 39 games for the Crimson Tide while bringing home a number of honors. He was a member of the All-SEC Second Team in 2011 and the All-SEC First Team in 2012.
His senior year also saw him get voted as a unanimous first-team All-American. He was the best offensive lineman on the best offensive line in the country.
All statistics courtesy of CFBStats.com and are team statistics.